The author undertakes to provide the publisher with a fully typed manuscript and a complete electronic text of the work in Word or RTF format. If the manuscript has not been served within three (3) months of the signing of this contract, the publisher may, after his choice, terminate the contract in writing or serve it on the author. Historically, the language of confidentiality was not included in publication agreements; however, it is added by a larger number of publishers, mainly for privacy purposes. In general, it is important to check any confidentiality clause with a lawyer. The author undertakes to provide at the latest [Manuscript.DueDate] a finished manuscript in [Manuscript.Language], the “manuscript”. The manuscript can be delivered in print or digital form by certified mail or email. In addition, the author must provide all works of art, preface, references, confirmations and other “frontmatters” or “Backmatter” on a date to be defined by the publisher. If, for any reason, the publisher considers the material provided to be unacceptable, the author is given a period (to be determined) by the publisher to remedy such defects. If the author does not correct the defects in the time granted, the publishing house reserves the right to make this book publishing contract still unzul. Reason to retract. If the author does not provide the manuscript or associated documents or correct any defects added in time, the author is required to refund the advances received to the publisher.

This is a typical example of the copyright being awarded to the publisher. There are other options, such as exclusive licensing or the transfer of copyright to the publisher, but maintaining certain rights. A literary lawyer will be able to explain and/or negotiate terms more favourable to the author. B such as maintaining the right to work for personal or scientific purposes. H. No deductions on “other agreements”; Ideally, each book with the same publisher will be considered separately. If you would like to discuss issues related to the publishing contract, please contact Howard G. Zaharoff. B.

Publisher may not grant any publishing rights, except perhaps in the event of a merger or acquisition, or only assign them to an equally serious publisher. D. When third parties have revised, limit the reimbursement of fees (revor tax) to 25-50% of the royalties otherwise due author for the first revision and 50-75% for the second revision (no payment to revisionists should be deducted from the author`s funds due according to other agreements). If several persons are considered to be the “author” of the works governed by the book publishing contract, each of these persons is responsible for complying with the terms of this contract. This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the publisher and the author regarding the purpose of this agreement and replaces all prior written or oral agreements of the parties. This agreement can only be amended in writing and signed by both parties. After reviewing the manuscript, the author received an offer on the publication fee. The author accepted the publisher`s cost offer.

The publisher agrees to accept the book to be published. B. If no agreement is reached, the author may terminate (possibly subject to the “first product” – see point 2.A). This publication contract, the “contract,” is entered into by [Contract.CreatedDate] by and between [Publisher.Company], “the publisher] and [Author.Name], the author. This publication contract governs the publication of the works listed below: this section is adapted to the parties and the situation.